Robyn Elswood Principal


Thank you for visiting the Sunrise Elementary website!  We are so happy to have you and your students at our school.  My name is Robyn Elswood and I am the principal here at Sunrise.The 2017-2018 school year celebrates my 21st year in education.  Most of that has been in the K-6 setting.  I love working with and supporting elementary students.  They truly are our foundation for a better and brighter future generation. I believe that all students can learn at high levels. Everything we do at Sunrise supports that mission.
My door is always open.  If you have questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me.  I can be reached by phone at 357-7688 or email at




Information for Parents

The concept of MINDSET has proven to be indeed a valuable one to understand so that quite possibly we can work on changing some of those fixed mindsets within our children to GROWTH mindsets.  There are a number of books available through bookstores and of course online. If interested in learning more about growth mindset check out Mindset by Carol Dweck.

Grades K-2


Bunny Cakes, by Rosemary Wells                                          

Elephants Cannot Dance! By Mo Willems                            

Everyone Can Learn to Ride a Bicycle, by Chris Raschka    

Oh No, George! By Chris Haughton                                    

Lily the Unicorn, by Dallas Clayton                                  

How to Be a Jedi, by Quinlan B. Lee                                 

Worm Builds, by Kathy Caple                                          

Leonardo the Terrible Monster, by Mo Willems                    

The Amazing Spider-Man, by Thomas Macri          

Almost, by Richard Torrey                                                     

Big Red Lollipop, by Rukhsana Khan                                  

Yo! Yes? By Chris Raschka                                                  


We are so excited to be implementing Positive Behavioral Intervention Supports (PBIS) at our school this year.  Ask your kids about the "golden" awards and the wooden quarters they can earn!